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$BFGC Coverage: Should You Sell Out Or Double Down On Gold Stocks?

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 6:03
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FinancialNewsMedia.com News Alert: New York, NY – 212Research.com Bull Frog Corp (OTC: BFGC) Commentary: There is no doubt 2016 has been a great year for gold. This is the years that gold prices sprinted to a 30-year high in 1Q2016 and gold stocks haven’t disappointed. But developments in the recent week have meant that gold investors are no longer at ease. With the unraveling in the gold market in the recent week, the question is whether the time has come to jettison gold from your portfolio or the selloff in gold stocks has presented an opportunity to grab gold on cheap and wait for a rebound. If you are going to double down on gold investment, which stocks should you consider?

Analysts are predicting another Bullish run in Gold. Read more about how Bullfrog Gold Corp. OTC: $BFGC could provide large returns on your investment: http://212research.com

As to whether you should cut or increase your gold holding, everything comes down to your perception of the economy. Will the Federal Reserve stick with the schedule to raise interest rates in December? Will the European Central Bank keep pumping more money into the economy? Will a shorter Brexit timeline clear economic cloud in the Eurozone faster than originally anticipated? If you are of the view that there would not be meaningful improvement in the condition of the economy between now and the next Fed meeting, then you can go ahead with buying more gold stocks. The Fed will be deterred to raise interest rates at its December meeting if the quality of economic data coming out in the weeks and months leading up to the next policy meeting aren’t compelling enough. (Read the full story at http://www.financialnewsmedia.com/stock-investing-business-investing-news/featured-news.php?id=884)

In the event that the Fed maintains status quo with regard to lending rates adjustment, the slide in gold stocks should reverse as traders boost positions in safe-haven assets. Lower interest rates do not favor investment in risky but yield bearing assets such as bonds.

Why gold stocks got rattled – The downturn in gold stock was triggered by at least three unrelated developments. One of them was the issue of monetary easing in the Eurozone. The ECB hinted that it might…

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